When you start to consider refurbishing your home or office or any part thereof it can be an exciting and enjoyable opportunity which not only adds value to your property but also increases the aesthetics and functionality of all of the available space in your home.
Refurbishment of the home can mean many things starting from a newly decorated room, electrical works, new plumbing, overhauling your house’s heating system or a complete overhaul of the current decorative state of the building or property. It is also possible that the refurbishment of a property will require some building work as interior walls or workspaces are removed or modified often to create more space or to increase the amount of light which enters your office or home. Should your refurbishment require minor or major building works it is likely that building control approval or a party wall agreement may be required.
You must also remember that reaching an agreement with the adjoining property owner or owners under the Party Wall Act does not remove the possible need to apply for planning permission or to comply with building regulations procedures. Conversely, and again noteworthy, gaining planning permission or complying with the building regulations does not remove the need to comply with the Party Wall Act where it is applicable. In either situation or expert building advisors will be able to act on your behalf to ensure every detail is completed and correct. At A Wall Building we specialise in premium refurbishment projects across North Wales.
The refurbishment process in North Wales is best dealt with by discussing your needs or aspirations with an expert and then proceeding on their recommendations. Our highly skilled staff will produce craftsmanship and superior attention to detail for your home, office, building or commercial premises requiring quality restoration or alteration. In the current housing market many people are now increasing the value of their current property by improving the quality of the premises and its desirability for sale/letting.
Should you be considering letting your property it is worth discussing the level of refurbishment work you intend to use. In most letting situations due to the high turnover of tenants and the varying lifestyles a refurbishment will be due approximately every five years to keep the property at its best, this should complement the materials and work which is used to maximise the look of the property while making the spend cost effective. Remember with a refurbishment even the smallest change can ensure that space is put to best use, light is maximised and together will provide the stunning result you require.